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Adult Faith Formation

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Ready to get fired up? Participate in the National Eucharistic Revival!

 

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Did you know that two-thirds of Catholics don't believe in the True Presence of Christ in the Eucharist?

Perhaps even you have had doubts.

Whether you are trying to fire-up your faith again or grow deeper, we invite you to our monthly Holy Hours of Adoration. Experience various types of prayer and find one that resonates with you. 

The Catholics for Life & Liberty offer more silence, while Praise & Worship offers silence and song together.

Why sing and pray out loud so much? God made us, and we are happiest when we praise Him, but we have lost the art of praising. We're great at intercession and asking for things, even at thanking Him. But how often do we simply call out how wonderful He is, name any other of His characteristics, or proclaim what He has done for

us? That is praise, and for some reason it lifts our spirits whether it's done in speech or song. The Praise & Worship Holy Hours give us a chance to "practice" vocal worship which burns on the surface, the voice and actions of our physical bodies, then burns deep into inner silence where adoration has no words.

Both kinds of Holy Hours are a chance to make up for, to believe for those who do not believe. This is a spiritual battle and the evil one is fighting hard. Will we fight for Christ?

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Faith Formation Parents - 
This is just for you!

Are you wondering where to go or what to do for an hour during your child's class? Come join other parents in St. Brigid's Gathering Area for coffee, snacks and discussion!

Topics we've talked about so far include

 

  • Why confess to a priest, or why go to confession at all?

  • Trust in God

  • Do we take a crying child out of Mass?

  • Each Sunday's Scriptures

  • Share ideas of how to explain topics to your kids

Continental Breakfast

Welcome!

 St. Brigid's chapel, Mondays, 7:00pm. Bring a mat - all are invited to join these gentle exercises while meditating on the Rosary.

* SoulCore is not affiliated with any other exercise discipline.

It is not yoga, nor are yoga poses or Sanskrit referenced at any time.

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